Xenical Diet Supplement

People with a body mass index of 30 or greater who want to lose weight may benefit from Xenical® (orlistat). This product is a prescription medication (not a diet supplement). Xenical is approved to help people lose weight and to prevent weight regain in people who have already lost weight.
 
By binding to lipases (enzymes in the stomach and intestines that break down fat) and inhibiting their activity, Xenical helps to decrease fat absorption from your diet. The medication should be combined with a reduced-calorie, low-fat diet, as eating too much fat increases the risk of side effects. Xenical capsules should be taken with each fat-containing meal, up to three times per day.
 
Studies have shown that after six months of taking Xenical while dieting, people lost an average of 12.4 pounds (compared to just 6.2 pounds for people who were just dieting). In addition, those taking it for a year experienced decreases in total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol ("bad" cholesterol), blood sugar, and blood pressure, while those not taking it increased all these factors.
 
(Click Xenical to learn more about the effects of Xenical diet medication, for information on when and how to take this drug, and to find out what side effects to look out for during the treatment process.)
 
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